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Kosher in Greenwich, CT?

emacat May 7, 2012 10:45 AM

Are there any kosher places open late (after 8:30 pm) in Greenwich, CT or nearby, or is Riverdale the best option?
Thank you!

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    GilaB May 7, 2012 11:16 AM

    The closest options is probably Kosh, in Stamford (open until 10, http://www.itskosh.com/ ). As far as I know, there are no kosher restaurants in Greenwich at all, although various places will deliver there.

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      craigcep May 7, 2012 11:39 AM

      These are your options in Stamford (one town over from Greenwich):

      Baskin Robbins Stamford
      Beldotti Bakery 605 Newfield Ave., Stamford (203)348-9029
      Carvel/Cinnabon 1980 W. Main St. Stamford (203)569-7910
      Cafe Stam 1035 Newfield Ave. Stamford (203)329-6626 http://www.cafestam.com (Catering also available
      )Coldstone Creamery 1109 High Ridge Road, Stamford (203)487-7400
      Dairy Queen 885 Summer St. Stamford (203)348-9147
      KOSH 108 Prospect Street Stamford (203)614-8777 http://www.itskosh.
      com Joint certification provided with OU
      Navaratna Vegetarian Indian Restaurant 133 Atlantic Street, Stamford (203)348-1070
      Schakolad 172 Bedford St. Stamford (203)359-1886

      There's also New Rochelle, which has chinese, deli-ish (Grill Point), and pizza.

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      1. re: craigcep
        emacat May 7, 2012 05:51 PM

        Kosher Cinnabon? Or just Carvel? And kosher Coldstone and Dairy Queen all in one town? Or are they kosher everywhere?

        1. re: emacat
          craigcep May 8, 2012 06:13 AM

          I cut and pasted from the Vaad of Fairfield website. See here - http://www.vaadct.org/services.html I don't know about anything specific on the list (except KOSH).

          This chocolate place is also kosher. It's in Greenwich - http://thelittlechocolatecompany.com/

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        AdinaA May 7, 2012 08:42 PM

        Late night kosher and you're thinking Riverdale?

        Golan Heights falafel in Washington Heights (seconds from Route 95) is open until about 2am. The falafel is great - and you may have seen the interior on a Maccabests video. The famished youth of the Jewish people drive in from New Jersey and the Five Towns after midnight, I would have thought that it would be the logical solution for midnight munchies in Greenwich.

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        1. re: AdinaA
          emacat May 8, 2012 05:09 AM

          I clearly need to get out more!

          1. re: emacat
            emacat May 17, 2012 07:51 PM

            My husband and I wound up having Cinnabon for a snack. They were gooey and good, and the idea of having a kosher Cinnabon was really priceless.
            Then for dinner met a friend at Kosh. I had a hamburger, which was delicious; my husband had a salad the name of which he does not remember (maybe chef's salad?), but he enjoyed it. There was cornbread and honey before the meal; the service was great. We got there about an hour before they close and stayed for about two hours. They were amazingly accomodating, even after their scheduled closing time.

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          Bzdhkap May 22, 2012 06:02 AM

          Thinking of planning an overnight, or 3 day trip to do some sightseeing in the Hartford area. Haven't
          done any research yet, or even looked at a map.
          Are any of the eating destinations mentioned above - Stamford, Riverdale, Washington Heights, New Rochelle -
          a close enough drive to make sense for us?

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          1. re: Bzdhkap
            craigcep May 22, 2012 06:30 AM

            Hartford is about an 1-1.5 hours from Stamford, the closest of your options. If you're in Hartford, you aren't going to any of those cities for a meal.

            1. re: Bzdhkap
              berel May 22, 2012 06:34 AM

              Waterbury ct, 1/2 hour from Hartford, has a pizza store/grocery (near the yeshiva)
              and a glatt kosher chinese takeout concession in the Shoprite

              1. re: berel
                craigcep May 22, 2012 06:54 AM

                I should add that West Hartford has a kosher supermarket (Crown, though not everyone accepts the hashgacha) and a Big Y with a kosher takeout. THere's also a deli in nearby Bloomfield - http://cateringbyshumans.com/

                See here - http://www.hartfordkashrut.org/establ...

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